Two-Tone Chevrolet Corvette Will Make You Do a Double Take

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What a two-faced move.

Ever since the Chevrolet C8 Corvette reared its striking head, the aftermarket tuning scene has gone to town styling this American mid-engined "exotic" in all kinds of weird and wonderful ways. We all know that the Corvette is one of the best-looking domestic cars (not this one) on the market right now, but there will always be those who think they can do a better job, and the latest C8 'Vette to make internet headlines has taken a page out of Batman's book with its "two-faced" design. This two-tone C8 Corvette has been created for hip hop artist Boosie by Champion Motors in San Diego, and while some might think it looks cool, stylistic opinions aren't always a black and white affair.

Champion Motoring
Champion Motoring

It might sound like a simple idea, and put in practice it is seriously striking and will make most do a double-take, which is exactly what the designers intended. This C8 has been stylistically split down the middle, with the driver side being painted Arctic White, while the other half is coated in Black. To accompany the black and white theme, each side of the car gets its own version of Maglia forged wheels from exclusive wheel maker Forgiato which set the rapper back over $8,500. Other than the crazy color combination, this C8 seems to be completely stock on the outside and doesn't even feature a different lip spoiler or side skirts.

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Champion Motoring
Champion Motoring
Champion Motoring

On the inside, things are much tamer: this C8 'Vette features a simple black leather interior with red stitched accents and the 3LT interior package which includes GT2 Nappa seats, as well as standard features such as a 14-speaker Bose sound system, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, an eight-inch infotainment display, and dual-zone automatic climate control. Perhaps in time, he'll get the interior redone to match the body. It's not the most creative concept, but with the Corvette already being such a striking car, this look actually works, especially on a mean-looking machine like this. Just don't try it on your grandma's Honda Civic, or you'll end up being the villain.

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